In Focus: Baseball, the ‘North Pond Hermit’ and pizza

Posted April 17, 2013, at 11:05 a.m.
The University of Maine's Burk FitzPatrick pitches during the game against Colby College in Orono Tuesday.
The University of Maine's Burk FitzPatrick pitches during the game against Colby College in Orono Tuesday. Buy Photo
Christopher Knight appears with his lawyer for his arraignment hearing at the Kennebec County Superior Courthouse on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
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Christopher Knight appears with his lawyer for his arraignment hearing at the Kennebec County Superior Courthouse on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. Buy Photo
A road block on Union Street at the intersection of Pember Road in Levant.
A road block on Union Street at the intersection of Pember Road in Levant.
Richard Slosburg of Portland reaches for a slice of pizza handed out on tax day by the Maine People's Alliance outside the post office on Forest Avenue Monday. The small slices of pie are meant to represent the small amounts of tax they say are paid by corporations.
Richard Slosburg of Portland reaches for a slice of pizza handed out on tax day by the Maine People's Alliance outside the post office on Forest Avenue Monday. The small slices of pie are meant to represent the small amounts of tax they say are paid by corporations. Buy Photo
Rangers with Acadia National Park are hoping to find out who recently cut trees and limbs at the South Wall climbing area on Champlain Mountain. Cutting trees or making other changes to the landscape in the park without authorization is against federal law.
Acadia National Park
Rangers with Acadia National Park are hoping to find out who recently cut trees and limbs at the South Wall climbing area on Champlain Mountain. Cutting trees or making other changes to the landscape in the park without authorization is against federal law. Buy Photo

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